Guys, I'm no longer suggesting that we disable RA here.  After our
discussion I updated this bug
to indicate that we really want some way to *leave* RA alone.

At this point that means netplan needs to *NOT* emit AcceptRA values
into the .network configuration
files by default (as it does now), but only if the input yaml included
an accept-ra value set.


On Mon, Apr 9, 2018 at 5:22 PM, St├ęphane Graber <stgra...@stgraber.org> wrote:
> I'd like to +1 what cyphermox said, the expected behavior on Ubuntu is
> that if you do receive a RA, you let the kernel configure it.
>
> That's how Ubuntu has been ever since IPv6 support was enabled and I
> personally have about 200 systems that very much rely on this (no
> specific IPv6 configuration, just RA based config).
>
> If you turn off IPv6 on your host, this may or may not affect your
> containers, depending on how you've turned it off (globally at kernel
> level, through the default policy or through the all policy).
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